The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 17, 1946 · Page 12
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PAGE POUR. .ALGONA DBS ALGONA .'^^-.-//^^rw^i!^^! r '.«•-«' *^*' * * * ',»"'* *^ ,"••{1,4 • j fa? y?? : t«-'» &; "i The AJgona Bus I .-hies Now Has 3 Schedules Daily !•; T.I )OI)GE, Ames and ••:-• f'Soim-s. and 2 schc- h-r in Sioux City. !r;ivi; Alijona Daily ' .•'!(; A. M., 2:50 P. M. V:;!! I'. M. •!••• /\li;oiui Hold for • .iurnialion. FOUR HIGH SCHOOL CLASSES, LUVERNE, ELECTED OFFICERS LuVevrne: Election of officers and class sponsors was held recently in the LuVerne high LoaA IhBh held , s-drwN school .and the' following students were chosen: Seniors,president, Elsie Wood; secretary, Bonnie Wood; treasurer, Genc- vieve Thompson; sponsor, Mr. Wickett; juniors—president, Jas. Phillips'; vice president, Robert Stauffacher; secretary, Dolores Lund; treasurer, Cclia Bowman; sponsor, Miss Conner; sophomores — president, Marilyn Rahm; vice president, Harold Eiclien; secretary-treasurer, Betty Schulx; sponsor, Miss Burdick; freshmen—president, Patty Taugcsen; vice president, Joseph Put/stuck; secretary, Marilyn Hefti; treasurer, Marilyn Miller, sponsor, Miss Dewcy. Then; are 96 students in high school. Progressive Club Meets The Progressive Woman's club met for its first meeting of ^the club year Monday evening, September 9 with a 0:30 dinner held at the home of Mrs. Howard Smith.' Fourteen members were present. Mrs. Arnold Hjelle gave Looking For The it Heat For YOUR Home ? HAVE A ' STOKERMATIC" AUTOMATIC ,Vi, tl! AT STOKER UNIT IN A SIZE FOR ANY HOUSE—LARGE OR SMALL— IN KOSSUTH COUNTY 'iVii! Come (o Your House and Measure tlie 'l'i:!m: Feet You Have to Heal, and We Have a "Stokcrmalic" to Fit. We Can Make Immediate Delivery <ii iu'iiilalili- ... it 's lowcost in operation . . . and it's ...-Miilic. Tlie STOKKKMATIC can be installed in your : .-M 1 iiinniri- in u matter of hours, without remodeling. .,; :.!n:ilir controls arc installed and electricity brought '<> ' Misilor and controls. The hopper is filled with coal, and . • I'iiT, .suutfd by the installation crew, is automatically i: -.iii-iiiincil. Once a ilay the coal hopper is replenished. '.li'iiO ai!—and from that minute on you have healthful, b.,\; cost, sale STOKERMATIC heat. Call us now. The Little Steam Electric Kaciiant Room Heater ' <u-;it.- a good-sized room easily. Can .in:-.-cil almul. Looks just like a radia- :,!•<•(!.- only (mart of water. Sec it i ilb's. ,'/ 3 ly Appliances May tag and Frigidairc Sales and Service ne :;!)!) Glenn Crilly WHY.... 1. EASY TO PLANT. Uniformly graded kernels drop evenly, save time and fuss. 2. GERMINATES VIGOROUSLY. Grows fast, produces good stands, gives more ear producing stalks. -i 3. YIELDS EXTRA BUSHELS/ Bred for high yields, brings extra dollars per acre. 4. WIDE SELECTION OF HYBRIDS. Early, medium, and late varieties especially adapted for your particular soil.'""" V CAU'oif SEE V. U.n:u VAL'UT. Whittcmorc Phone 23:J(> \VU. .1. iUAKTINEK, Wesley Phone 2731 JOHN UOKMANN, Bode Phone 2602 <:. i,. KA1LEY, Alffona Phoile 626J IF •.iSiilJ) V. JONES, Swea City Phone 252F7 it. i. .UAWUiSLEV. Burt Phone 14 on 87 A AKO.N W. STEUSSY, LuVerne Phone 257!) V». A. AU'UUAV, Bancroft Phone 4331 .K>i£.\ A. SLEI'EK. Buffalo Center phone 99K3 T. {). JOHNSON, Armstrong Phone Swea City 62F7 II. K. TKENAKY, Bancroft WILBUR FOX, Bancroft the lesson; Mrs. Hjelle, vice president of the club, had charge of the business meeting, Committees appointed for the ™ min S year are: Program, Mrs. Hjello and Esther Merkle; library, Mrs. Merlin Cody and Mrs. A. Hjelle; publicity, Miss Joy Burdick and Mrs. Howard Smithy membership, Mrs. Joe Thorn and Mrs. Phil Lichty; Lest We Forget, Esther Merkle; Community Service, Mrs. Harold Phillips and Miss Betty Conner; budget, MFS. George Tiede and Mrs. Fred Hagist; contact Vom- an, Mrs. Ruy Stone; bed committee, Mrs. Ray Agard, and Genora Roland; historian, Mrs. Irvin Chapman: towel committee, Mrs. George , Tiede. Anyone desiring to rent tlie hospital bed should contact Mrs. Phil Lichty. Methodist Circles The three Circles of the Methodist W. 5. C. S. met Wednesday altin-noon for their .regular monthly meetings. Circle 1 had Mrs. Wilson and Mrs. Carl Swanson as hostesses. Mrs. Emil Anderson had charge of the devotional period and the lesson was given by Mrs. Howard Smith. Circle 2 met at the home of Mrs C. O. McClellan. The devotions were led by Mrs. Adam Zwcifel and the lesson was given by Mrs. William Murray. Circle 3 met at the country home of Mrs. Ver- iion Evans with Mrs. Theodore .Johnson as the assistant hostess. Mrs. Earl Neal led the devotional period and Mrs. Art Henry gave the lesson. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kubly and Mi. and Mrs. C. D. Myers were Eagle Grove visitors Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Surby of Waterloo were visitors Sunday a I. the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Phil Henderson. Mrs . Pearl Zwiefel and son Johnny of Rochester, Minn, were Utiests for a few days at the home of her uncle and aunt Mr and Mrs. I. H. Benedict. Mr. and Mrs. Scvert Johnson of Oakland, Calif., and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Johnson of Algona were weekend visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Stoll. The Patterson family reunion was held Sunday at the V. V. Poncin farm home near Dows. Mrs. Poncin was the former Miss May Patterson of near Gait. Mrs. Bert Ham us and daughter Shari Lynn spent the week visiting at tlie home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Siem and with other relatives in Dccorah. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Stocker and daughter Diane of Eyeota, Minn., spent a few days visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Lichty and with other relatives. Edwin Marly, accompanied by Steve Palmer of Rcnwick, was in New Glarus, Wis., Tuesday get- ling a new combine which Mr. Marly had recently purchased Art Itiloy, ^arrtcs t>oflk, and Carl Goetsch were business call* prs In Waterloo on Thursday, tthey ako visited Mr. Rlley*s nephews.- Hat-old, Lloyd and MerJe Alley. Miss Dorothy Anderson of Parkersburg was relief agent In the ChieagO"NorthweStern depot during the absence of the agetit G«orge Eggleston who took a week's vacation. ' Thfelma Baumgartnet 1 , daugh- tef of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Baumgartner, entered the Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge Monday, where she underwent an operation 'for appendicitis. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Maas of Waterloo spent a few days visiting at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Max Meyer. Mrs. Maas remained here to help care for her father, who is ill. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Baumgartner Mrs. Wayne Sanford, Mrs. Libbie Tuescher and Mrs. Ed Dickie were in Fort Dodge Tuesday \o visit Thelma Baumgartner, who is a patient hi the Lutheran hospital there. Rev. rind Mrs. Robert Phillips were in Fort Dodge Tuesday afternoon visiting Mrs. William Ellis, who is a patient in the Mercy hospital there.. Mrs. Ellis, who was quite ill with pneumonia, is improving. :Mrs. Ed Dickie of Fairchild, Wis., and Mrs. Libbie Teuscher of Monroe, Wis., spent several days visiting at the home of their brother Mr. and Mrs. Fred Baumgartner and Mr. and Mrs. Matt Baumgartner. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kubly and Mr. Kubly's sister and brother-j in-law Mr. and Mrs..C. D. Myers of Flasher N. D.,. returned home Saturday evening -from a month vacation in various parts qfsiWis- consin and Minnesota. * Mrs. F. I. Chapman was a guest of the Women's Association of the . Presbyterian church Wednesday .afternoon at the home of Mrs. F. W. JohnSorf In Livermore. Mrs. Chapman, gave a report on her trip 16 the National Woman's Council of the Presbyterian church Which wa* held at Ofand Rapids, Mich. The Cemetery Association met Thursday afternoon in the'pity hall with Mrs. Carl Pergahde, Mrs. Henry Pergande and Mrs; Emilie Pergahde as the hostesses. Mrs. Ervin Barton, president of the association, presided at the business meeting. Mrs. Elsie Steussy was elected as a delegate to attend the state • convention Which will be held in Des Moines in October. Miss Hulda Fritzemeier was elected as alternate delegate. Burt School Gets Flying Start In Activities Program Burt: Thirteen boys have tried out the mixed chorus so far, and the girls' Glee club has started to work on two .one-act operettas. The Burt. high school band will play at Tilonka September 21 during the celebration held there. Twelve pupils have begun lessons on instruments this fall. The Tonette band will .start again next week. The school has asked that if anyone has a surplus of vege tables or fruits for the hot lunch program to see or call Mrs. W. B. Officer. The first baseball game which was to be played at Lone Rock Friday was called off due to the rain. j On Tuesday, Sept. 17, Fenton plays here, and on Friday, September 20, we will play a game with LondjfRock here. The teachers attended the Tri- County Institute, which was held at Algona Wednesday. The two Home Economics classes' are giving,an all-faculty lea' 1 tin Mdnday aftctBc-bn. fhe Birthday Ofrcte met Fri* day aftettioon with Mrs." F. o. Stow., Mr. and M>s. E. C. Schwieterl and Wlllard Schwietert visited from .Saturday to Tuesday With relatives at ColesburgY Mr. and Mrs. Joe Stocker. .and Mr. and Mrs.' Francis Meyers and children,'Lee Center'j Mjnh., arid Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Berhau Wefe supper guests last Tuesday even- Ing at .the "E. C. Schwietert home. ' Tlie .Stockers stayed until Wednesday at the Schwietert home and the Meyers visited the Bcrnaus. wedding Invitations and announcements at the Algona Upper DCS Moines. 34U r — Ov< i i i I nrca. ana n wasn't paying m him to feed fqr eggs. But it I isn't $6.00 a hundred at our • Overheard on the • Street ° _ "Heard a fellow on the street • say the other day that Grain • Balanccjr was $6.00 a hundred, and it wasn't paying ANNO I have taken over the Phillips 66 oil station at |jtO 1 E. State. I will appreciate! the old customers as 'Hi' well as new patrons. LfeoM;FRANKL 37* New Firm Equipment X<MV International liar- . .-;H.. vosh-r Hydraulic Mail-, it re I /oil dcfi T j'p<i..li/ ilO^ -'.•; inch IIIC Keed Orimler. Doulilo and Single-Unit .Milking Ma en in e s. IJIoHric Cream Separators. No. t(! IMo\v At- liicliineiil. Enrnuill II. & M. 1'oivcr Take-off AUiicliinvnts. Electric I'nni]) Jack. Knife (.'finder. !! 'Types Hydraulic Manure Loaders. Hog Feeders. 10-38, 11-tfS and 12-8G Tractor Tires, Tubes and Ilims. Pneumatic Tractor Seats. Monroe Easy Hide Hydraulic Seats for H.x& M.'J rue- iofs. Norn Hydraulic Seat Suubbers. HammormiUs: 1 No. 10; 1 JSo. IOC with Traveling Feed Tiilile and 1 ,\o. «. Wagon Trailers with timken bearings, auto st.-ering and new (i:50xl« tires. 1 Tokheim tractor cab for H tractor. 1 Adjustable and 1 N on-Adjustable grading blade for manure loader. Tractor wheel Heights. •••-'>- • SPECIAL 1U-J BUILT MOTOUS For International Y a T and Trucks EXPERT Carburetor Distributor Clutch and Magneto Work SPECIAL 1941 Packard 8-Cyl. 4-door Sedan USED FARM EQUIPMENT 1 l():00xa« Tractor Tire; Cream Sep. arators, John Deere Portable Elevator, less Derrick. Steel-jwheel wugoii. Pontiac SALES AND SERVICE See us for I'outiac auto repair work. We lure the personnel aud equipment to care for your ALGONA IMPLEMENT co. Mft'orinick-Dccriiig i'uriu Jjjicuiuery 1'hone 52 , Walt aud Deb Hull International Trucks State aud Jones ( store. Carglll Grain Balancer is well ovdr a dollar less than that at FITCH FEED STORE m Milwaukee Depot Corner." Rent Irvington Farm Irvlngton? "Mr. find Mrs 1 . G&O. Vitstthum have rented N the "*"" t7?>OSSI'«»'"'» v )'--r'T -yj; ' T , f tMk ftMfe» ^4\4i^/ aWhV ViA * *A:.iSt«4i $*fi tola Sample farm and there March 1. The Wallace 'Me Arthurs will go bftto a farm fteaf Farm Owners and Operators Make Your Farm Pay More in 1947 HOW? Meet at the Douglas Wildin Farm, 1 mile west and 5 miles south of Hobarttm on Friday, September 27, at 2 Pi M., and hear noted state atfd-ottt of state speaker discuss «WJIX*'MAlZE Corn, an E* tablished Iowa Crop." The producers of this ctotf arc guaranteed a premium of 12% of Chicago price. Come to the meeting and learn how you can grow this crop. Sponsored by Doane Agricultural Service, Inc. Ames, Iowa •• 5 I E tti. "iS Snapping Cold Weather Is Closer Than You Think Here Are Last Year's Day-by-Day Temperatures for September and October—Look Them Over and Then CHECK ON YOUR COAL BIN. Phone 229 for Immediate City or Country Coal Delivery. / SEPTEMBER 1945 Sept. 1... GO Sept. 24 Sept. 2 51" Sept. 25 Sept. 3 Sept. 4 Sept. 5 Sept. G Sept. 7 .A.50 60 68 66 .64 Sept. 26 Sept. 27 Sept. 28 . Sept. 29 . Sefct. 30 .45 ..:.44 AS ., 45 .32 26 .30 Sept 9 ............ 5G Sept. 10 ............ 45 Sept. 11 ............ 50 Sept. 12 ............ 4S Sept. 13 ............ 50 Sept. 14 .-. ....... ...45 Sept. 15 ......... ;.50 Sept. 16 ............ 47 Sept. 17 .......... :.54 Sept. 18 ............ 5!) Sclnt. 19 ............ 51 Sept. 20 ............ 43 Sept. .31 ... ......... 45 Sept. 22 ............ 57 Sept. 23 ............ t«0 OCTOBER 1945 Oct. 1 .42 Oct. Oct. 2 .40 Oct; Oct. 3 40 Oct; Oct. 4 ....'... 47 Oct. Oct. 5 53 Oct. Oct. 6 48 Oct. Oct. 7 44 Oct. 8 _.. 9 .... 10 '.., 11 12 IS.... 14 ..32 ..25 ..42 : : 42 42 29 ..43 LIGHT BARBED WIRE ALSO- HEAVY BARBED * WIRE Especially Good for i Electric Fences $ 3 REEL RED BARN PAINT $143 1 GALLON In Lots of 5 Gallons $150 GALLON In Lots of 1 Gallon Place Orders For Storm Sash Now! I And We Will try to Have It For You Before the Snow Flies I F. S. NORTON & SON Coal . , . Coke * . . Building Supplies •, PHONE 229 -jf> • S "Si

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